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What is your definition of VGC? Problem with Ebay...

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Thanks for all the replies. Mods please delete. Problem sorted!!
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
Would have been best to mention light scratches maybe.
#2
at the end of the day is he puts a SNAD claim in with paypal he will almost definitely win,so you need to offer to refund item once he returns them
#3
boothy
at the end of the day is he puts a SNAD claim in with paypal he will almost definitely win,so you need to offer to refund item once he returns them


+1

i never enter into discussion on matters like these, i only reply stating they may return for full refund if not happy. seemples.
#4
boothy
at the end of the day is he puts a SNAD claim in with paypal he will almost definitely win,so you need to offer to refund item once he returns them


Yeps, that what I've done...

I've always used a scale of 1 Excellent/Mint/Like New, 2 Very Good condition, 3 Good Condition, 4 Acceptable. In honesty it was an oversight on my behalf of not mentioning the minute scratches but If it doesn't affect the game whatsoever I don't see a problem anyay...
#5
If it was me I would have mentioned the fine scratches and also used a photo, with the case of eBay and paypal the buyer is always right.
#6
agree with the others, light scratches should be mentioned.
#7
The problem wth writing light scratches is sometimes light scratches isnt even "scratches" in the strictest sense so I can understand why you didnt mention it i.e it would literally look brand new or almost new with a tiny mark and people are bound to complain so its more a case of wording it so people know exactly how serious the scratches are but even then you will chancers.
#8
ryouga
The problem wth writing light scratches is sometimes light scratches isnt even "scratches" in the strictest sense so I can understand why you didnt mention it i.e it would literally look brand new or almost new with a tiny mark and people are bound to complain so its more a case of wording it so people know exactly how serious the scratches are but even then you will chancers.


I agree, but I understand that I SHOULD have mentioned it in hindsight but it sold very quickly before I could change it...
#9
I thought I sorted it out, but now he's sent me an email outside of Ebay and is threatening to give negative feedback unless I refund him £3 and he gets to keep the game! The cheek! What now??

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